Five Fake Memoirs That Fooled the Literary World. Not interesting enough as fiction nor true enough to be autobiographies, these might have been better off unpublished.
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The unintended consequences of blowing up a Death Star. Honestly, this was what I expected the first time I saw Return of the Jedi.
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9 Developments That Prove We Really Are Living In The Future. You hear about new technical developments every day, but when you see them together, it's apparent we are living a science fiction novel.
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Private Plane, Public Menace. If you're flying on a private plane, whether it's yours, or chartered, or belongs to a friend of friend, no TSA screening is necessary.
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How can you tell if someone is watching you or following you? If they described your every movement to someone on the phone, you can be pretty sure.
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The first cute exotic baby animal born at the San Diego Zoo in 2011 was ...a Satanic Leaf-tailed Gecko. Luckily, the first new year baby at Lincoln Park Zoo is cuddlier.
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Mutual Funds to Match Your Lifestyle. Not that matching your lifestyle will mean a bigger profit, but it may make explaining your investments to your relatives more fun.